Yes, you can trade threatened wildlife internationally, but only to an extent. Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) has established a worldwide system of controls on the trade of endangered and threatened species. CITES has placed species into three categories based on their conservation status and risk from trade. CITES controls the stipulation that governments are allowed to permit for trade. Each specie has a different requirement and they can be found on the collective list.
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